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  1. What is Autumn known as in North America?
  2. Which English Romantic poet composed "To Autumn" after a walk near Winchester one autumnal evening?
  3. Pumpkin fragments dated between 7,000 and 5,500 BC have been found in which country: China, Egypt, Germany or Mexico?
  4. Who did Autumn Kelly marry in May 2008?
  5. Bonfire Night takes place every November but in which year did Guy Fawkes try to blow up Parliament?

  6. And which king did Mr Fawkes try to blow up?
  7. What are hedgehogs' spines or quills made from?
  8. With around 400 players participating, what are the WCC, which are held annually on the second Sunday in October in Northamptonshire?
  9. In Australia, Autumn begins in which month?
  10. In 2009, Autumn was the 81st most popular name for girls born in which country?
  11. Name the pigment which trees stop producing, thus causing leaves to lose their green colour?
  12. Pheasant shooting season starts at the beginning of which month?
  13. Which federal holiday in the United States is often said to mark the end of summer and the start of autumn?
  14. In Britain, the autumn internationals or November internationals take part in which sport?
  15. SAD is sometimes known as Autumnal depression, what do the intials in SAD stand for?
  16. The Oktoberfest is held annually in which German city?
  17. Which celebration is influenced by the Celtic autumn festival, Samhain?

Trivia Answers:

  1. The fall
  2. John Keats
  3. Mexico
  4. Peter Phillips (grandson of Queen Elizabeth II)
  5. 1605
  6. James I
  7. Keratin
  8. World Conker Championships
  9. March

  10. United States
  11. Chlorophyll
  12. October (October 1)
  13. Labor Day (first Monday in September)
  14. Rugby union
  15. Seasonal affective disorder
  16. Munich
  17. Halloween